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Food, Nutrition and Affiliated AreasState Extension DirectoryMay 2014U.S. Department of AgricultureNational Institute of Food & Agriculture

United StatesDepartment ofAgricultureResearch,Education, andEconomicsNational Instituteof Foodand Agriculture1400 IndependenceAvenue SWWashington, DC20250TO:Extension Colleagues in Food, Nutrition, and Affiliated AreasSUBJECT:Food, Nutrition, and Affiliated Areas State Extension DirectoryThe Institute of Food Safety and Nutrition in the National Institute of Food and Agriculture of theUnited States Department of Agriculture is pleased to make the Food, Nutrition and AffiliatedAreas State Extension Directory available. This directory consists of extension professionalswith leadership and statewide responsibility at Land-Grant institutions who are involved in food,nutrition, and affiliated or related areas.The purpose of this directory is to promote communication and networking among extensionprofessionals who work in related areas. Within the listing a key EFNEP contact or coordinatoris listed for each university as well as at least one key SNAP-Ed contact (formerly FSNE contact)for each state. Individuals who are listed in this directory have been added to the FNEmaillistserv.To keep this directory as useful as possible, please send changes and comments to Sharon Porter,sporter@nifa.usda.gov. The changes will be incorporated for the 2015 directory. The most up-todate version of the Food, Nutrition, and Affiliated Areas State Extension Directory can befound on the NIFA Nutrition page www.nifa.usda.gov/nutrition.cfm.Jane Clary Loveless, PhD, RN, MS, MCHESNational Program Leader,Nutrition/ExtensionUSDA, National Institute of Food and AgricultureRoom 2322800 9th St. SWWashington, DC 20024Phone: 202-720-3891Fax: 202-720-9366jclary@nifa.usda.govNational Institute of Food and Agriculture is an agencyof the Department of Agriculture’s Research, Education,and Economics missionAn Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer

NIFA ContactsInstitute of Food Safety & Nutrition ContactsHolland, RobertDeputy Director,Institute of Food Safety & Nutrition202-205-5700rholland@nifa.usda.govBurke, SarahMartin, ValerieGaskins, LaTraceyAdministrative OfficerProgram Assistant SupervisorHead usda.govToombs, DionneDirector, Division of Nutrition202-401-2138dtoombs@nifa.usda.govBlake, StephanieChester, DeirdraChipman, HelenClary Loveless, JaneEwing, AmandaMillard, KennethPorter, SharonProgram SpecialistApplied Nutrition ResearchFood & Nutrition Education (EFNEP, SNAP-Ed)Nutrition/ExtensionProgram SpecialistProgram AssistantProgram on, JanDirector, Division of Food Safety202-401-1954Brown, MenecaCaulfield, LaurenChen, HongdaJames-Holly, DawannaScott, WilliamThurston, JeanetteWalls, IsabelWilliams, JodiProgram AssistantProgram AssistantBioprocessing, Engineering & NanotechnologyProgram SpecialistProgram AssistantFood Safety & MicrobiologyEpidemiology of Food SafetyFood iwalls@nifa.usda.govjwilliams@nifa.usda.govOther Food, Nutrition & Affiliated Area ContactsAfele Faamuli, SaleiaBalsano, AidaCrocoll, CarolineElrod, BrentLarew, HiramLauxman, LisaLe Menestrel, SuzanneMontgomery, SylviaQureshi, MuquarrabReeves, CynthiaSamuel, BeverlyWilliams, BonitaAlaska Native & Native Hawaiian Institutions; Nutrition& Health for Minority Serving Institutions; & HigherEducation in Insular AreasChild and Family DevelopmentDirector, Division of Family & Consumer SciencesMilitary & Veteran’s ProgramsDirector, Center for International ProgramsDirector, Division of Youth & 4-HYouth Development Research & Special ProjectsProgram SpecialistDeputy Director,Institute of Youth, Family and CommunityNutrition and HealthHousing & Community LivingVulnerable -4568202-720-2297202- v3

AlabamaDr. Donnie Love CookHealth and Nutrition SpecialistAlabama A&M UniversityP.O. Box 967Normal, AL 35762Office: 256-372-4983Fax: 256-372-5840Email: dcook@aces.eduEFNEP CoordinatorSNAP-Ed CoordinatorAlabamaMs. Jovita LewisExtension SpecialistAuburn UniversityCooperative Extension System701 Hall StreetGreensboro, AL 36744Office: 334-624-8710Fax: 334-624-8807Email: jones07@auburn.eduEFNEP CoordinatorAlabamaAlabama Cooperative Extension System207 Duncan HallAuburn University, AL 36849Office: 334-844-2217Cell: 334-750-9959Fax: 334-844-2507Email: struebj@auburn.eduSNAP-Ed CoordinatorAlabamaDr. Eunice A. BonsiAssociate Professor/State Program LeaderCollege of Agriculture, Environment andNutrition Sciences (CAENS)Tuskegee UniversityDept. of Food & Nutritional SciencesCooperative Extension Program203 Mary Starke Harper HallTuskegee, AL 36088Office: 334-727-8816Fax: 334-727-8268Email: ebonsi@mytu.tuskegee.eduEFNEP CoordinatorAlaskaDr. Sondra ParmerProgram Coordinator, Nutrition EducationProgramAuburn UniversityAlabama Cooperative Extension System208 Duncan HallAuburn University, AL 36849Ms. Roxie DinstelProfessor, Family Nutrition ProgramUniversity of Alaska - FairbanksCooperative Extension ServiceP.O. Box 756180Fairbanks, AK 99775Office: 334-844-2231Fax: 334-844-2507Email: parmesm@auburn.eduOffice: 907-474-2426Fax: 907-474-6885Email: rrdinstel@alaska.eduSNAP-Ed CoordinatorEFNEP CoordinatorSNAP-Ed CoordinatorAlabamaDr. Barbara StruemplerProfessorProgram Leader for Nutrition ProgramsAuburn University4

AlaskaMs. Helen IdzorekCoordinator, Family Nutrition ProgramUAF School of Natural Resources andExtensionUniversity of Alaska - FairbanksCooperative Extension ServiceP.O. Box 756180Fairbanks, AK 99775Office: 907-474-7930Fax: 907-474-5139Email: haidzorek@alaska.eduSNAP-Ed CoordinatorAmerican SamoaMs. Rebecca FiameF4HN-Field SupervisorAmerican Samoa Community CollegeCooperative Extension ServiceP.O. Box 5319Pago, AS 96799Office: 684-699-1394Fax: 684-699-4595Email: refiame@yahoo.comEFNEP CoordinatorArizonaDr. Meg BrueningAssistant ProfessorArizona State UniversitySchool of Nutrition & Health PromotionNutrition Program500 North 3rd StreetPhoenix, AZ 85004Office: 602-827-2266Fax: 602-827-2253Email: meg.bruening@asu.eduArizonaDr. Meg BrueningAssistant ProfessorArizona State UniversityNutrition Program500 North 3rd StreetPhoenix, AZ 85004Office: 602-827-2266Fax: 602-827-2253Email: meg.bruening@asu.eduArizonaDr. Kirk AstrothCooperative Extension ServiceUniversity of ArizonaForbes Building Room 301Tucson, AZ 85721Office: 520-621-5308Fax: 520-621-1314Email:ArizonaDr. Nobuko (Kay) HonguAssistant Nutrition and Physical ActivitySpecialistUniversity of ArizonaCooperative Extension ServiceNutritional Sciences309 Shantz Building, P.O. Box 210038Tucson, AZ 85721Office: 520-626-2085Fax: 520-6261-9446Email: hongu@email.arizona.eduArizonaDr. Linda HoutkooperAssociate Director, Cooperative ExtensionProfessor and Extension Specialist, NutritionalSciences Department College of Agricultureand Life SciencesUniversity of Arizona301 Forbes BuildingP.O. Box 210036Tucson, AZ 85721Office: 520-621-5308Fax: 520-621-13145

Email: houtkoop@u.arizona.eduArizonaArkansasDr. Scottie MisnerState EFNEP/SNAP-Ed CoordinatorUniversity of ArizonaCooperative Extension Service309 ShantzTucson, AZ 85721-0038Dr. Rosemary RodibaughProfessor/Nutrition SpecialistUniversity of ArkansasCooperative Extension Service - Division ofAgricultureP.O. Box 391Little Rock, AR 72203Office: 520-621-7123Fax: 520-621-9446Email: misner@ag.arizona.eduEFNEP CoordinatorSNAP-Ed CoordinatorOffice: 501-671-2111Fax: 501-671-2294Email: rrodibaugh@uaex.eduSNAP-Ed CoordinatorArkansasArkansasDr. Serena M. FullerAssociate Professor, EFNEP, Food Safety andFood PreservationUniversity of ArkansasDivision of Agriculture Research andExtension2301 South University AvenueLittle Rock, AR 72204Dr. Anne SortorAssociate Director - Family & ConsumerSciencesUniversity of ArkansasCooperative Extension Service2301 South University AvenueLittle Rock, AR 72204Office: 501-671-2294Fax: 501-671-2107Email: sfuller@uaex.eduOffice: 501-671-2109Fax: 501-671-2107Email: asortor@uaex.eduEFNEP CoordinatorArkansasArkansasDr. LaVona TraywickAssistant Professor-GerontologyUniversity of ArkansasCooperative Extension ServiceP.O. Box 3912301 South University AvenueLittle Rock, AK 72203Ms. Amy McClellandSNAP-Ed Program ManagerUniversity of Arkansas2301 South University AvenueRoom 301EP.O. Box 391Little Rock, AR 72203Office: 501-671-2333Fax: 501-671-2294Email: amcclelland@uaex.eduOffice: 501-671-2027Fax: 501-671-2294Email: ltraywick@uaex.eduSNAP-Ed Coordinator6

ArkansasMrs. Easter H. TuckerProgram Director-EFNEPUniversity of Arkansas at Pine Bluff1200 North University DriveMail Slot 4966Pine Bluff, AR 71601Office: 870-575-7227Fax: 870-575-4679Email: tuckere@uapb.eduEFNEP CoordinatorCaliforniaDr. Virginia ChaidezEvaluation AnalystUC CalFresh Nutrition Education ProgramState Office1103 Meyer HallOne Shields AvenueDavis, CA 95616Office: 530-754-7796Fax: 530-752-1107Main Office: 530-754-7794Email: vachaidez@ucdavis.eduCaliforniaDr. Connie SchneiderEFNEP CoordinatorUniversity of California - ANRAgriculture and Natural ResourcesYouth, Families and Communities2801 Second StreetDavis, CA 98618-7774Office: 530-754-8518Fax: 530-750-1334Email: cschneider@ucanr.eduEFNEP CoordinatorCaliforniaDr. Patricia CrawfordNutrition SpecialistUniversity of California - BerkeleyNutritional Science and Toxicology119 Morgan HallBerkeley, CA 94720Office: 510-642-5572Fax: 510-642-8206Email: crawford@berkeley.eduCaliforniaDr. Christine M. BruhnConsumer Food Marketing SpecialistUniversity of California - DavisFood Science and TechnologyOne Shields Ave.Davis, CA 95616Office: 530-752-2774Fax: 530-752-4759Email: cmbruhn@ucdavis.eduCaliforniaMr. David GinsburgDirector, UC CalFresh Nutrition EducationUniversity of California - Davis1103 Meyer HallOne Shields Ave.Davis, CA 95616Office: 530-752-0555Cell: 916-712-6474Fax: 530-752-1107Email: dcginsburg@ucdavis.eduCaliforniaDr. Linda J. HarrisFood Safety SpecialistUniversity of California - DavisFood Science and TechnologyOne Shields Ave.Davis, CA 95616Office: 530-754-9485Fax: 530-752-4759Email: ljharris@ucdavis.edu7

CaliforniaMs. Sharon JungeActive Statewide DirectorUniversity of California - DavisOne Shields AvenueDavis, CA 95616-8669Office: 530-754-8518Fax:Email: skunge@ucdavis.eduCaliforniaDr. Marilyn S. TownsendNutrition Education SpecialistUniversity of California - DavisDepartment of NutritionOne Shields Ave., 3150 Meyer HallDavis, CA 95616Office: 530-754-9222Fax: 530-752-7588Email: mstownsend@ucdavis.eduCaliforniaDr. Carl WinterToxicology SpecialistUniversity of California - DavisFood Science and TechnologyOne Shields Ave.Davis, CA 95616Office: 530-752-5448Fax: 530-752-4759Email: ckwinter@ucdavis.eduCaliforniaDr. Sheri Zidenberg-CherrNutrition Science SpecialistUniversity of California - DavisDepartment of NutritionOne Shields Ave.Davis, CA 95616Email: sazidenbergcherr@ucdavis.eduColoradoDr. Susan BakerAssociate Professor, EFNEP Coordinator, PISNAP-EdColorado State UniversityFood Science and Human NutritionRoom 102-B Gifford BuildingFort Collins, CO 80523-1571Office: 970-491-5798Fax: 970-491- 8729Email: susan.baker@colostate.eduEFNEP CoordinatorSNAP-Ed CoordinatorColoradoDr. Laura BellowsAssistant Professor and Extension SpecialistColorado State UniversityDepartment of Food Science & HumanNutritionRoom 107 Gifford BuildingFort Collins, CO 80523-1571Office: 970-491-1305Fax: 970-491-7282Email: Laura.bellows@colostate.eduColoradoDr. Marisa BunningAssociate ProfessorColorado State UniversityFood Science and Human NutritionRoom 200 Gifford BuildingFort Collins, CO 80523Office: 970-491-7180Fax: 970-491-7252Email: marisa.bunning@colostate.eduOffice: 530-752-3387Fax: 530-752-89668

ColoradoMs. Jessica HaasExtension Specialist-Nutrition and HealthColorado State UniversityFood Science and Human NutritionRoom 244 Gifford BuildingFort Collins, CO 80523Office: 970-491-2404Fax: 970-491-7252Email: Jessica.hass@colostate.eduColoradoMs. Kathryn (Katie) Rogers McGirrResearch Associate-EFNEPColorado State UniversityFood Science and Human NutritionRoom 102-C Gifford BuildingFort Collins, CO 80523Office: 970-491-3642Fax: 970-491-8729Email: kathryn.mcgirr@colostate.eduColoradoMs. Mary SchroederAssociate Extension Specialist-Food SafetyColorado State UniversityFood Science and Human NutritionRoom 200 Gifford BuildingFort Collins, CO 80523-1571Office: 970-491-7335Fax: 970-491-7252Email: mary.schroeder@colostate.eduColoradoMs. Elisa ShackeltonExtension AssistantColorado State UniversityFood Science and Human Nutrition202 Gifford Building,Fort Collins, CO 80523-1571Office: 970-491-7334Fax: 970-491-7252Email: Elisa.Shackelton@colostate.eduColoradoDr. Michelle VineyardExtension Specialist, Nutrition ProgramsDirectorThe University of TennesseeUniversity of Tennessee Extension2621 Morgan Circle119 Morgan HallKnoxville, TN 37919Office: 865-974-8714Fax: 865-974-3234Email: mvineyar@utk.eduEFNEP CoordinatorCommonwealth of Northern MarianaIslandsMs. Patricia ColemanNutrition and Health Program TeamLeader/EFNEP CoordinatorNorthern Marianas CollegeCooperative Research, Extension, andEducation ServiceP.O. Box 501250Saipan, MP 96950Office: 670-234-3690 x1703Fax: 670-234-0054Email: patricia.coleman@marianas.eduEFNEP CoordinatorCommonwealth of Northern MarianaIslandsMr. Ross ManglonaDirectorNorthern Marianas CollegeCooperative State ExtensionP.O. Box 1250Saipan, MP 66950Office: 670-231-9029 x1709Fax: 670-234-00549

Email: rossm@nmcnet.eduConnecticutMs. Linda DrakeNutritionist & EFNEP DirectorUniversity of ConnecticutDepartment of Nutritional SciencesCooperative Extension System3624 Horsebarn Road ExtensionStorrs, CT 06269-4017Office: 860-486-1783Fax: 860-486-3674Email: Linda.Drake@uconn.eduEFNEP CoordinatorConnecticutMs. Valerie B. DuffyProfessor, Allied Health SciencesUniversity of ConnecticutCollege of Agriculture and Natural Resources358 Mansfield RoadBox U-101Storrs, CT 06269-2101Office: 860-486-1997Fax: 860-486-5375Email: valerie.duffy@uconn.eduSNAP-Ed CoordinatorConnecticutDr. Mike O'NeillAssociate Dean, Outreach Education andPublic Service Associate DirectorUniversity of ConnecticutUconn Extension University of ConnecticutCollege of Agriculture and Natural Resources1376 Storrs Road, Unit 4036Storrs, CT 06269Office: 860-486-6270Fax: 860-486-0264Email: mp.oneill@uconn.eduConnecticutMs. Umekia TaylorAssociate Cooperative Extension Educator inResidenceUniversity of ConnecticutCollege of Agricullture and Natural ResourcesN. Haven Co. Extension Center305 Skiff StreetNew Haven, CT 06463Office: 203-407-3169Fax: 203-407-3176Email: umekia.taylor@uconn.eduConnecticutMs. Diane Wright HirschExtension Educator/Food SafetyUniversity of ConnecticutNew Haven Co. Extension Center305 Skiff StreetNorth Haven, CT 06473Office: 203-407-3163Fax: 203-407-3176Email: diane.hirsch@uconn.eduConnecticutMs. Donna ZigmontProgram Director; SNAP-EdUniversity of ConnecticutCollege of Agriculture and Natural ResourcesDepartment of Allied Health Sciences358 Mansfield RoadStorrs, CT 06269Office: 860-486-0007Fax: 860-486-5375Email: donna.zigmont@uconn.eduSNAP-Ed CoordinatorDelawareMs. Donna P. BrownFamily Life AgentDelaware State UniversityCooperative Extension10

1200 N. DuPont HighwayDover, DE 19901Fax: 850-561-2151Email: lue.jolly@famu.eduOffice: 302-857-6433Fax: 302-857-6430Email: dobrown@desu.eduEFNEP CoordinatorEFNEP CoordinatorDr. Linda B. BobroffProfessor, Foods and NutritionUniversity of FloridaCooperative Extension Service3026 McCarty Hall D, P.O. Box 110310Gainesville, FL 32611DelawareDr. Sue SniderProfessorUniversity of DelawareAnimal and Food Sciences043 Townsend HallNewark, DE 19716Office: 302-831-2524Fax: 302-831-2822Email: snider@udel.eduEFNEP CoordinatorSNAP-Ed CoordinatorDistrict of ColumbiaDr. Lillie Monroe-LordDirector for the Center for Nutrition Diet andHealthUniversity of the District of ColumbiaCooperative Extension Service4200 Connecticut Avenue, N.W.Bldg. 44 Room 200-01Washington, DC 20008Office: 202-274-7125Fax: 202-274-7130Email: lmonroelord@udc.eduEFNEP CoordinatorFloridaMrs. Lue JollyEFNEP CoordinatorFlorida A&M UniversityCooperative Extension Service215 Perry-Paige Building, SouthTallahassee, FL 32307Office: 850-412-5250FloridaOffice: 352-273-3521Fax: 352-392-8196Email: bobroff@ufl.eduFloridaDr. Wendy DahlAssistant Professor, Nutrition, Food Scienceand Human NutritionUniversity of FloridaCooperative Extension Service207 FSHN BldgP.O. Box 110370Gainesville, FL 32611Office: 352-392-1991 ext 224Fax: 352-392-8594Email: wdahl@ufl.eduFloridaMs. Kimberly KlingerProgram Coordinator FNP/EFNEPUniversity of FloridaFamily, Youth and Community SciencesCooperative Extension Service1408 Sable Palm DriveP.O. Box 110320Gainesville, FL 32611-0320Office: 352-273-3555Fax: 352-392-6705Email: kimby@ufl.eduEFNEP CoordinatorSNAP-Ed Coordinator11

FloridaDr. Karla P. ShelnuttAssistant Professor, NutritionUniversity of FloridaCooperative Extension Service3038 McCarty Hall D, P.O. Box 110310Gainesville, FL 32611Office: 352-273-3535Fax: 352-392-8196Email: kpagan@ufl.eduFloridaDr. Amarat (Amy) SimonneProfessor, Food Safety and QualityUniversity of FloridaCooperative Extension Service3025 McCarty Hall D, P.O. Box 110310Gainesville, FL 32611Office: 352-273-3536Fax: 352-392-8196Email: asim@ufl.eduFloridaDr. Jennifer WalshAssistant in FNP & EFNEPUniversity of FloridaCooperative Extension Service2029 McCarthy Hall DP.O. Box 110310Gainesville, FL 32611Office: 352-273-2798Fax: 352-392-6705Email: jenniferwalsh@ufl.eduGeorgiaMs. Kena TorbertExtension Family Life SpecialistFort Valley State UniversityP.O. Box 4061Fort Valley, GA 31030Fax: 478-825-6299Email: torbertk@fvsu.eduEFNEP CoordinatorGeorgiaDr. Elizabeth L. AndressProfessor and Extension Food SafetySpecialistUniversity of GeorgiaCooperative Extension Service208 Hoke Smith AnnexAthens, GA 30602Office: 706-542-3773Fax: 706-542-1979Email: eandress@uga.eduGeorgiaMs. Connie CrawleyExtension Nutrition and Health SpecialistUniversity of GeorgiaCooperative Extension Service202 Hoke Smith AnnexAthens, GA 30602Office: 706-542-3773Fax: 706-542-1979Email: ccrawley@uga.eduGeorgiaDr. Vanessa da SilvaTemporary Assistant ProfessorUniversity of GeorgiaCooperative Extension203 Hoke Smith AnnexAthens, GA 30602Office: 706-542-0541Fax: 706-542-1979Email: vdasilva@uga.eduEFNEP CoordinatorGeorgiaOffice: 478-825-657312

Dr. Judy HarrisonExtension Foods SpecialistUniversity of GeorgiaCooperative Extension Service204 Hoke Smith AnnexAthens, GA 30602Office: 706-542-3773Fax: 706-542-1979Email: judyh@uga.eduGuamMs. Clarissa BarcinasSNAP-Ed CoordinatorUniversity of GuamConsumer Family Science UnitUOG StationMangilao, GU 96923Office: 671-735-2025Fax: 971-734-4222Email: csnbarcinas@guam.uog.eduCenter and Guam Cooperative ExtensionUniversity of GuamUOG StationMangilao, GU 96923Office: 671-735-2000Fax: 671-734-6842Email: lyudin@uog9.uog.eduHawaiiMs. Naomi KanehiroState Director, Lifeskills in Food EducationIntegrated & Intergenerational (EFNEP &SNAP-Ed)University of Hawaii at ManoaCooperative Extension Service1955 East-West RoadAgSci 306Honolulu, HI 96822SNAP-Ed CoordinatorOffice: 808-956-412

National Institute of Food and Agriculture is an agency of the Department of Agriculture’s Research, Education, and Economics mission An Equal Opportunity Provider and Employer TO: Extension Colleagues in Food, Nutrition, and Affiliated Areas SUBJECT: Food, Nutrition, and Affiliated Areas State Extension Directory

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